Kodak Black is doing good in his hood — well before the holidays hit — paying off the remaining rent balance for dozens of South Florida households facing eviction.
Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, tells TMZ Hip Hop … many South Florida rental home prices have skyrocketed by as much as 31.5 percent — way higher than the typical 3 to 5 percent!
And, that’s where the “Super Gremlin” rapper steps in — he joined forces with community leader Francky Pierre-Paul and the Zachariah McQueen Foundation to assist a total of 28 families within West Palm Beach’s Merry Place Housing Projects.
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We’re told Kodak will also cover any back fees … making his grand total of charity $88,902.80 this time around.
Kodak tells TMZ … “I’m happy about making other people happy. It makes my heart happy to know those 28 families are being taken care of through the end of the year. I don’t always post the good I do, I just try to do right by people.”
In a separate post, Kodak put his rapping skills on display … brandishing an acronym for his beloved projects: People Relying On Just Enough Cash To Survive.
Kodak loves his native South Florida and is no stranger to giving back.
During a July 2021 heat wave, he hand-delivered 100 air conditioning units to folks living in the projects of Pompano Beach. He also famously donated $10,000 to the Jack and Jill education center and created a memorial fund for Florida police officers killed in the line of duty.